Rapids Youth Soccer is excited to introduce the newest member of our Staff, David Garcia. David grew up in Rochester New York attending Utica College to study business administration and play college soccer. In 2013, David moved to Spain to pursue his UEFA ‘A’ and ‘B’ coaching licenses. During his time there, Coach Garcia learned invaluable lessons that he is now bringing to the Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club.
Join us this fall and set a Guinness world record playing FootGolf! Rapids Youth Soccer will be hosting a Footgolf event at the Kennedy Golf Course on Sunday, October 21, 2018.
Rapids Youth Soccer is excited to introduce the newest member of our Staff and 9U-10U Select Program Director, Jeb Brovsky. Jeb is a Colorado native, playing pro soccer for NYCFC, Montral Impact, Minnesota United, and Stromsgodset IF. After his career was ended by injury, Jeb has been heavily involved in the game in outreach efforts through the Homeless World Cup and Peace Pandemic.
This year has already seen tournaments throughout the nation with coaches using these trips to help our players better understand the club’s core values. Coaches have been hosting club culture nights where players from different age groups and teams gather to highlight the importance of a united vision.
Injury represents an inexorable consequence of sports. Many of us are aware of the physical consequences of injury, however, the lack of awareness surrounding the psychology of injury means some mental wounds may never heal. Join us for a new series highlighting the mental aspects of sport injury rehabilitation.
An educated starting position is vital to being a quality goalkeeper but what makes a good starting position? Coach Bump breaks down the steps needed to be ready for any shot, any time. Join us for Bump’s Basics to learn more about what it takes to improve your goalkeeping with techniques from Rapids Youth Soccer.
The Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club puts great emphasis on supporting our players each year through a comprehensive college soccer search process, giving them the tools, tips, and foundation to find and make the right decisions for their college soccer goals.
The power of sport supersedes the wins and losses on the field. Players learn more from sport than they’ll ever understand, including some vital characteristics that make great adults, such as quality communication and resilience.
The Colorado Rapids 2002 boys team visited the country of Panama to experience all things soccer, including playing the Panamanian National Team.